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How the Pandemic is Introducing a New Era of ‘Safety First’ Travelersopens in new window
In response to a rise in demand from travelers wanting greater awareness of a property’s health and safety features, Booking.com now ensures properties’ safety measures (such as hygiene, sanitisation, physical distancing) are clearly visible on the property page, so travelers can have peace of mind when booking their next trip. With over 14 million listings on Booking.com now having implemented health and safety measures, the platform is making it easier for everyone to experience the world, in the way that fits their needs. Additionally, Booking.com has introduced its Minimal Cleanliness Score Commitment to support unique accommodation partners as they commit and work to improve and maintain their cleanliness score, as determined by verified guest reviews from travelers who have booked and stayed at the property.
03
Mar
2021
drifttravel.com
Top 20 hotspots on Brits' wishlists for summer if travel restrictions liftopens in new window
The UAE city has topped a list of the 20 most searched for international spots for summer, according to data from Booking.com.
02
Mar
2021
www.mirror.co.uk
Booking CEO Sees Link of Travel Demand, Lifted Restrictionsopens in new window
Booking Holdings President and CEO Glenn Fogel speaks about travel demand during the coronavirus pandemic and increased bookings since governments have begun lifting travel restrictions.
01
Mar
2021
www.bloomberg.com
The 20 most searched for holiday destinations for summer 2021 - UK and abroadopens in new window
Travellers hoping for a summer break are making tentative plans to get away after Government's announcements on easing lockdown in England. Travel website Booking.com has reported an increase in searches since roadmaps out of Covid restrictions were revealed for England, Scotland and Wales this week.
27
Feb
2021
www.nottinghampost.com
SIX DESTINATIONS TO DISCOVER MARS ON EARTH WITH BOOKING.COMopens in new window
While travelling to Mars will remain a dream for quite some time, seeing the images of its breathtaking landscape reminded us that our own Blue Planet does not have to hide in its red counterpart’s shadow when it comes to out-of-this-world scenery. To celebrate this historic achievement, Booking.com has delved into its more than 28 million listings in more than 153,000 destinations around the globe to curate a list of places that will transport you to Mars, without ever leaving the Earth’s orbit. So, why not add one of these destinations to your travel bucket list, to explore when it is safe again to do so?!
25
Feb
2021
vergemagazine.co.uk

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